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Gang Stalking – Do you fear the bully will come to your door?

while we stand aside

while we stand aside (Photo credit: B.S. Wise)

English: BOSTON, Mass. (June, 15, 2008) A byst...

English: BOSTON, Mass. (June, 15, 2008) A bystander watches as Sailors assigned to the Oliver Hazard Perry-class frigate USS Stephen W. Groves (FFG 29) march by in the Bunker Hill Day Parade as part of a port visit to Boston. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Mark O’Donald (Released) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Physical bullying at school, as depicted in th...

Physical bullying at school, as depicted in the film Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

I’ve told you about the man who comes all the time and does something to the water valve.  Nowhere else  have I ever seen this done.  Only after my gang stalking began  did this sort of thing begin.  The other day the man was back doing something to the water irrigation system.  I walked over and looked at him.  He looked at me and didn’t say anything.  I looked back at him and said, “It’s all right, I got you on my camcorder the last time you were here.”  He gave me a look that said “scared.”   He immediately began to put his things away and within five minutes he headed to the office.  And he immediately took off after speaking to the people in the office.  If the man is not doing anything illegal, why was he so scared?  I haven’t seen him since, but a new company was here this morning to do the same thing the other man was doing.  I saw the man speaking with the maintenance man. When the maintenance man saw me, he  immediately headed for the office, and the man in the truck took off right away.  What is it that these people are doing that they don’t want anyone to see, especially me.  I know they’re doing illegal things, so I’m always keeping my eyes on them.  And I will continue to do so.  I’m sure they’re doing something to make my life more miserable than it is.  I give them a lot of problems because they can’t get away with anything when I’m around.  I’m always popping up when they least expect it.  My instincts are so good that I don’t worry about them doing anything to me.  Every time I feel a need to go out, I catch them doing something.  And you should see the look on their faces!

One of my readers sent me this poem. I like it, so I’m republishing it with the author’s permission.

The Bully, the Bystander and Me

An alliance of three:

The bully denies my humanity,

The bystander lives with moral insanity.

Do you fear the bully will come to your door?

Are you powerless to do anything more?

You stand in awe of the act you abhor.

Bullying does not work without the bystander,

there would be no audience.

I hope you like the poem.   The author requested I not tell you the gender, nor name.

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